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And the award for the best new "greet-and-eat" bread basket alternative: Inca's Kitchen's fried corn with a trio of dipping sauces. This Peruvian favorite starts off diners with this fun taster of... Read More
And the award for the best new "greet-and-eat" bread basket alternative: Inca's Kitchen's fried corn with a trio of dipping sauces. This Peruvian favorite starts off diners with this fun taster of yellow pepper sauce, red pepper sauce and another remoulade-like native sauce. Corn is a rivet (stronger than a staple) in Peruvian cuisine, and this starter is an original and flavorful way to launch diners down the path to authentic dining. Next in line if you're determined to try favorite Peruvian specialties: ceviche, which originated in Peru. Inca's sells various versions of the raw fish dish dressed with citrus. You will also find seafood dishes in other dishes such as the traditional tacu tacu - beans and rice - and parihuela - Peruvian bouillabaisse. There's also tapas, chicken and meat dishes, vegetarians options and wonderful desserts.
- Best for Tapas Because: With its Spanish cuisine roots, Inca's Kitchen offers a number of options for mixing and matching ceviche and other small plates.
- Best for North Naples' Best Restaurants Because: Recently opened in North Naples, this Golden Gate original has a huge following of devoted Peruvian fans and converts.
- Recommended as Best Value Because: It serves hearty, home-cooked Peruvian cuisine without the sticker shock at the new trendy versions.